YouTuber buys $4.5 million mansion with fortune he made from playing Minecraft

24 October 2015 / 1 year 3 days ago

Jordan Maron, a 23-year-old YouTuber who made his fortune recording himself playing the video game “Minecraft,” recently dropped over $4.5 million on a deluxe hilltop mansion in the Hollywood Hills.

Better known as CaptainSparklez on Youtube, Maron has an estimated 1.9 billion views on his channel, reports Nextshark.

His jaw-dropping 4,100-square-feet crib includes three bedrooms, four baths, glass-railed terraces, a wet bar, outdoor fireplace, “party-sized spa,” and infinity pool, reports Variety.

Incidentally, the billionaire founder of “Minecraft,” Markus “Notch” Persson, has a 23,000-square-foot pad down the street that he dished out $70 million for in December of last year.

Seems like gaming worked out for Maron.

Photos 1 to 12 show Maron's mansion, while the rest show other celeb homes.

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